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Shears Jeffrey, 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the frequency with which 33 social, cognitive, caregiving, and physical activities occur between fathers and their children, based on the self-reported data collected from 485 African-American, Latino, and European-American fathers and…
Smith Carolyn A., Krohn Marvin D., Chu Rebekah, Best Oscar, 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the extent and predictors of parental involvment among young, urban, African-American fathers, using data from the Rochester Youth Development Study, a longitudinal survey following 1,000 adolescents in 1987-1988 Rochester, New York
Scott Phyllis F., 2004
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the mechanisms that mothers use to select and maintain care for their children through interviews with 48 employed mothers from Memphis, Tennessee and Santa Cruz, California
Aldous Joan, Mulligan Gail M., 2002
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the influence of father care on child behavioral problem outcomes, based on a longitudinal study of 600 white, non-Hispanic, two-parent families from the National Survey of Families and Households
Fagan Jay, 2000
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationship between Head Start fathers? daily hassles and involvement with their children, focusing on factors of the father's biological status, child's gender, paternal education, and work hours
Glass Jennifer, Estes Sarah B., 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of workplace, child care, and sociodemographic factors associated with job turnover in mothers of infants